Lawyer, former Central Falls receiver, and former state Supreme Court justice Robert Flanders joins Political Roundtable this week to discuss the outlook on Rhode Island's pension conflict, whether gag orders are a good idea, and lessons from the fiscal crisis in Central Falls.
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Congressman Jim Langevin says he was among the legions of people who were duped by Cranston estate planner Joseph Caramadre. The congressman is donating money he made as a profit from Caramadre’s unscrupulous scheme.
Congressman Jim Langevin said he unwittingly made a profit on an investment scheme that preyed on terminally ill people. Langevin said he earned a profit of 86-hundred dollars from Joseph Caramadre’s Cranston estate planning business. Langevin said he donated profit to charity as soon as he became aware of Caramadre’s business practices.